Asbury Theological Seminary was founded in 1923 by H.C. Morrison with a class of three students and an audacious seal that said, “The whole Bible for the whole world.” President Timothy C. Tennent currently leads Asbury Seminary in its mission “to prepare theologically educated, sanctified, Spirit-filled men and women to evangelize and to spread scriptural holiness throughout the world.”
Asbury Theological Seminary is a multi-denominational graduate school committed to teaching the unchanging truth of orthodox Christianity. Traditionally Wesleyan, Asbury Seminary welcomes more than 1,700 students from more than 90 denominations and 40 countries. The Seminary’s locations in Memphis, Colorado Springs, Tulsa, Kentucky, Orlando and online afford students the ability to pursue their degrees in a residential, cohort or online class that incorporates residential intensives.
Almost 100 years later, the Seminary has more than 11,000 graduates serving in every time zone around the world through social justice initiatives, government, art, mission organizations, education and the church. Alumni of the Seminary serve around the world in 78 countries, all 50 states, and 150 denominations.
Website: Asbury Theological Seminary
Address: Admissions Office, 204 N. Lexington Ave., Wilmore, Ky. 40390
Denomination: Non-denominational, Evangelical
Distance Education Available: Yes
M.A. [Theological Studies] with tracks in Philosophy & Apologetics and Spiritual Formation